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I too have a brand new stove and propane fittings that has been collecting dust for about 5 years. I purchased a new boat from Europe that was not up to US specs with respect to the propane locker and I wound up putting in an Origo unit instead. My unit was made by Triton and is stainless steel with 2 burners. If interested in pics and/or dimensions, email me at jopert7@yahoo.com

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origo 6000 alcohol stove/oven

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I went to the web site you recommended for the origo 6000 alcohol stove at Defender and I could not open it. The Defender price for this particular model is $1543.00. I need to replace my Kenyon kerosene stove model #550 as I cannot find the hose from the pressure tank to the stove. I understand parts for this stove are few and far between. Sure would like to purchase a Origo 6000 for $899.00. Any ideas. Thank you
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Breal36, that post was from June of 2009. As far as the hose is concerned, aren't the fittings standard size and threads? Is the hose rigid as in copper or flexible ?
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Actually, Jeff_H's post with the Origo price was from 2002, when this thread started! Things do change in a decade.
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OMG. I did not even check the post date. My mistake. Guess things DO change in a few years. In any event, I believe my fuel line is flexible, although it is hard to detect, as the fuel line is wrapped in a red hose. If I had to guess, it is flexible. Are you suggesting I have one custom made at a hose facility? I believe we have such a company here in the Dallas area I could research. However, after further consideration, I'm wondering if it might behove me to bite the bullet and just replace the entire stove, since replacement parts are pretty much non-existant for the older Kenyon Kerosene stoves. Mine is original to my 1981 36' Hunter sloop. Thanks so much for the response.
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If the hose was the only item that kept the stove from being operated, yeah I would get an estimate for a custom hose. If this kerosene stove is anything like the old white gas Coleman camp stoves, flare ups as you tried to light it, I would seriously consider a replacement. You could Ebay the old stove.
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